Portrait of General Field Marshal of the Serene Prince Ivan Fedorovich Paskevich (1782–1856) in the form of the Hussar Alexandria Regiment


The artist is Kanevsky

Paskevich Ivan Fedorovich (1782-1856)-Field Marshal, participant in the Patriotic War and foreign campaigns of 1812-1814, in 1827-1830 the commander of the Caucasian Corps and the chief control in Georgia during the Russian-Persian and Russian-Turkish wars. Received honorary names Count Erivansky (1828), the brightest Prince of Warsaw (1831). Since 1831 – governor of the kingdom of Poland. He led the suppression of the Polish uprising (1830-1831) and the Hungarian revolution (1848-1849). In the Crimean War – the commander in chief of the troops on the western borders and on the Danube (1853-1854).

Paskevich is depicted in the form of a hussar Alexandria regiment, whose chief he was from September 1, 1845, with the Order of St. Andrew the First -Called (tape and star, 1828); St. George 1st degree (cross on the neck and star, 1829), the Turkish Order of the Moon (?) and a block of medals, as well as award medallion with a portrait of Nicholas I.

Nicholas I. SPb, 2018. With. 74.

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